Seroflo Multihaler is a mixture of fluticasone propionate, which is a synthetic corticosteroid, and salmeterol which is a specific slow-acting agonist. Fluticasone propionate is a synthesized trifluorinated glucocorticoid that has a potent anti-inflammatory effect. Salmeterol is a specific, slow-acting 2-adrenoceptor antagonist with a duration in action of at least 12 hours.
Seroflo Multihaler is a combination of two substances that are Salmeterol and Fluticasone propionate. Salmeterol acts as a bronchodilator that is long-acting and is used to relax the muscles in the airways as well as broaden the airways. It aids in breathing. Fluticasone propionate is a class of corticosteroids.
It is a part of the nasal lining’s cells and prevents the release of certain chemical substances within the body which trigger inflammation. This helps to alleviate running nose, sneezing or blocked nose, and sinus discomfort.
Uses of Seroflo Multihaler
What are the reasons it is prescribed for?
Directions for Use
Seroflo Multihaler is best utilized by inhalation and an inhaler. The doctor or nurse will guide you on how to properly use the inhaler. Inhale the inhaler in your mouth, and then insert it between the teeth. Be careful not to bite it.
As you begin breathing into your mouth and use the tip of the device and let out an air puff while you continue to inhale. Then, take a deep breath.
Release the inhaler gently, and then hold your breath for the length of time that is at ease. Take a deep breath and exhale slowly. If you need to take another breath take a few minutes before repeating the steps previously. To keep out dust and fluff, seal the mouthpiece by covering it following use.
Keep it in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.
Side Effects of Seroflo Multihaler
- Low fever
- Chest tightness
- A fungal infection that occurs in the mouth
- Sinus pain
- Stomach upset
- Bone and muscle pain
- Sleep issues
- A heartbeat that is irregular or shaky